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May 01, 12 at 12:20pmzakislam


Gabe Newell explains Valve's corporate hierarchy absence

Zak Islam - Tuesday, May 1, 2012 12:20pm (PST) Like Share
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Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)

May 02, 12 at 7:18am
James Crook


Northern49 No, Gabe Newell will die with Valve.



May 01, 12 at 5:49pm
Northern49


Valve will die with Gabe Newell.



May 01, 12 at 5:28pm
THM


Gabe Newell is seriously obese now...not good for his health and future!!!!



May 01, 12 at 2:52pm
DedValve


I always admired Valve, and for a company of their size and success to not have a standard corporate hierarchy is practically unheard of.



May 01, 12 at 1:48pm
Mr Roboto


For more insight on how they operate, see their handbook.
http://www.valvesoftware.com/company/Valve_Handbook_LowRes.pdf

Sounds like a pretty nice place to be (assuming you're not the "work just hard enough to not get fired" type).



May 01, 12 at 12:53pm
S-I-E


$1 billion, not bad. how much is that in refined?



May 01, 12 at 12:20pm
zakislam






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